Bio Industria is one of the first bioGNL plants built in Italy. Approximately 1.800 ton per year of liquified biomethane is produced for heavy vehicles from 47.000 ton of livestock manure and agricultural by-products.
An innovative project that contributes to the decarbonisation of Italian transport. An excellence in the agricultural sector, which in Italy has a potential of about 5 billion cubic metres of biomethane by 2026.
SCHEDA TECNICA // 300 Sm3/h
|POWER UPGRADING||300 Sm3|
|DOUBLE-STAGE MESOPHILIC PROCESS|
|Pretanks:||n. 2||Ø 10 m||h=4m|
|Fermenters:||n. 2||Ø 28 m||h=6m|
|Post Fermenters:||n. 2||Ø 28 m||h=6m|
|Biomass feeder:||n. 2||stirrer||multimix|
|DAILY FEEDING PLAN|
|Cow manure||13 ton|
|Cow slurry||64 ton|
|Pig manure||7 ton|
|Poultry manure||22 ton|
|Broiler manure||13 ton|
|Annual production of biomethane:||2.700.000 Sm3|
|Annual production of bioGNL:||1.800.000 ton|
The future is biomethane
Biomethane is a biogas derived gas, which has undergone a refining and purification process, called upgrading, whose concentration of CH4 exceeds 98%. It has characteristics and conditions of use corresponding to those of methane gas and is suitable for feeding the natural gas network.
The biogas, desulphurised and dehumidified, undergoes a purification process, in order to separate the methane from the other gases that make up the biogas mixture. The biomethane obtained can be used, marketed and transported, in gaseous or liquefied form, in the same way as natural gas.
The advantages of biomethane
Programmable renewable source
Reduction of import dependency
Development of the local economy
Perfect example of circular economy
Reduction of the emissions and greenhouse effect